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    Default Problem with iCal and subscribed calendars on iPhone

    Exchange sync is working great with my iPhone, except I can't see shared calendars. I tried using iCal and subscribing to the calendars. Both of them, however, do not work properly.

    What happens is every event in a month is copied onto every single day. So if I have 50 events in one month, each one is set to every day. I have 50 events in every day for that month.

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    Anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hmmblah View Post
    Exchange sync is working great with my iPhone, except I can't see shared calendars.
    See Bug 30950 – iphone: sync with shared contacts and calendars
    I tried using iCal and subscribing to the calendars. Both of them, however, do not work properly.

    What happens is every event in a month is copied onto every single day. So if I have 50 events in one month, each one is set to every day. I have 50 events in every day for that month.
    Can't help you with this one.

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